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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta January I, THE LFTHBUDG! If jM.icl-20's are productive Modelling requires height, beauty Bv JEAN SIL-VRP CP UOMEVs Editor TORONTO (CP) II you want to be a you should be launched by the i cumulating experience time you are about 18. Prime getting known. time mil occur during >our I irid-20s. so you should be ac-- and June Cassie says there are jobs for women in their 30s and older, bui the most pro- ductive years are usualiy over by tne time a model is M to 23 Miss Cassie 15 manager at Ihe Belie Milne model agency. "A girl aithoui training should be a good height. Five feet six inches is all right. though really we like (hem to be T to 5-foot-8. The odd girl who is or 5 can make it. but she must be ex- ceptional otherwise. If they're going to have a tang career. they should be 5-fooi-8. work in Canada, they should be essentially good looking. IE Europe or York, they msshi use an older look or a' strange look like the oid Vogue looks. NEEDS GOOD TEETH "In Canada catalogue pho- lography 15 the bread and but- to- of the business. II she's going to do thai she has to iiave good teefh. she has to appeal to people in middle Canada, she can't be freaky. I think a model has to be keen, she can't just sit there. she has to have a certain ag- gressiveness. The girls outgoing personairties ge; ihe farthest. At least they're no- ticed. they don't have to work as hard to be remembered. people think photog- raphers' models are dumb. but I think a girl has to be fairly intelligent to fuliil her potential ".And a giri doesn have to be quite as skinny as she once did." Miss Cissie recoromeixjs shopping around among schools to find OUT whsr they offer, or talking to someone already in the bisines? oa whose advise you mav relv. Some Echools select stu- denLs and will help them find work. Some courses are about i'.vo months long, some nine or 10 months. Cost ranges from S200 to about J50Q. Some teach modelling only, others include lessons on etiquette and social graces. Some schools offer a refresher course for about 550. Straight modelling courses probably include makeup for print through television pho- tography, runway work, pos- ing for a p h o t o g r a p h e r, grooming generally. Miss Cassie said tiiere is modelling work to be done in almost every acy in Canada, though Montreal is the main centre for showroom and wholesale work and Toronto the centre for catalogue work. Fashion photographers use models fo" fashions or makeup for newspaper or msaaTinp pieures. Commercial work involves advertising a product otner than clothes. There is runway WOTE in fashion shows. "There are promotions, in- dustrial shows where a girl mieht act as a hostess. They make S10.000 to 515.000 a year. A large company Tnio-hf take the girls across Canada to do their promotions. It is only a handful who do the work, but it is '.here. "Then there is commercial television. Not ail models ge; into TV. bu: they ail hope to." Miss Cassie estimated a model's average income dur- ms years cr: steady wort is SS.OOO to 510.000 in Canada, "though if she's exceptional, she might twice as much." MJSf Cassie said rruos1 mod- els do work with as agency, and mas agencies charge a !0-ner-cerr: fee. DIAMOND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY A fcmily din- recently in honor of Mr. and Mrs WilliaTi ccccsion of their 65th weddina annversary. c--.ce resided in Lethbridae since 1925, wnere was employed ky tne city unlil hi; v nave 'wo children. Mrs '.'.cry cf Turkey left-overs with a difference C C'CH; Fredc Skicmcre of Burnoby. E.G. There ore 3 TORONTO fCP _ Now idren end 12 great grandchildren. Mr and MTs. season for leftover turKev -e m EnC'Dnd be'ore movinr to Concca. ana food prices beins wha: they FANTASTIC SAVINGS BENEFIT SHOES COMMENCES THURSDAY 9 A.M. ALL SHOES TAKEN FROM REGULAR STOCK NOTHING CHANGED BUT THE PRICE SAME HIGH QUALITY NEW LOW PRICES B t M E F S H O E S GOLD CROSS ONE LOW PRICE PURSES Off LA VALLEE PRICED TO CLEAR REDUCED REDUCED 07 Broken Size Range if Hurry In They Won't Last Long ALL WINTER FOOTWEAR PRICED MENS PRICED TO CLEAR TO CLEAR SEALS MENS MUKLUKS LEATHER BOOTEES RED CARPET 54 PAIR ONLY AAAA AAA Reg. 21.95 f- QA Out They Go. pair 100 PAIR ONLY! GIRLS' DRESS SHOES By Savoge ftfl Reg. to 9.95. poir B E N E F S H 0 E S are. the liinfcy use ever, the bones. Before i-ixi ee chop 3 medium on- 5 J.TO 5 of coJev> Mix with rable- 5 p o o n pepperro-TLv bay leaves, a pinch of rr.ary r-iarioram. l clove sarjc crushed, and spnnkie all over the Fill tne roasung wiih liie are covered, and ihen Eiid TEENERS' FLATS AND CHUNKIES PRICED TO CLEAR __ Many other unodvertised bargains Shop early buy two or three pair at these dollar saving prices! 615-4th AVE. S f f OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9PM. on :op o: ire Add moi-e ihe iwo hours when the rwiiicej For ihe b.-: ;o three hours, lei ihe roduoe In ;wo Strain s A cr.ivy ;h.-: be enor] flour, or a s.iik-o for n-oni a LV- iv.r.iii yoj shou'd havt1 .uv.-.i 4S ixnces o: th.v. can iio divided ixv- STl HKNTS HO HK1 F IV.AXniFlKl On; iT> KilwMrd Prinv-i? F-dwarri Conn i ho.'.vd o'' tev. .t.nv'.or of .'ohn McNo-.i if lw .in> plans do ho'.r. ,v.-.u1 McNiv.1 "1 w.nch tJw sin- in I ho clrissixvim AS wo'.l iVM. ho sai YOU'LL BECOME OUR STEADY CUSTOMER! KING SIZE CHEER TOMATO SOUP BEANS SPAGHETTI CAKE MIX r CAMPBIU S LIBBY'S WEP BROWNED UBBY'5 3 for 14-01. 41" 8 r "QUICK AS A pouch pok, assorted Chocolate Puffs 2 85c Corn Flakes 2 95c Tea Bags 72, 79c Chocolate Bars ASS( 79c n T I Focslls Roya'e ,lk QQr Paper Towels Nettle's chocolols mix 2-lb. lin 77t Ruttfli-Wes1em Fomily i 10 Bathroom Tissue Family tin 1.17 while or I mrar TnUa Farm tQ. Luncheon meot...........12-oz. tin LUyCI Chocolate, vanillo, irozsn O7t 'Value'Village MEATS PHONE 327-5295 BABY BEEF LIVER SLICED........Ib. SKINLESS SAUSAGE PORK STEAKS PORK CHOPS STEWING BEEF BURNS CAMPFIRi Ib. 59' SHOULDER MOWN AND SIEVE, CUT THIN Ib. CUT IN CUBES 99' aliie'VUlage PRODUCE PHONE 32S-1751 APPLES CUCUMBERS CARROTS COOKING ONIONS B.C. MACS end RED DELICIOUS -i-lb cello MEXICAN each ALBERTA GROWN Mb .-ello bog 3-lb mesh bog 79' 19' 29' 39' BAKERY BUHER BUNS 49' DOZEN ASSORTED LOAF CAKES CHERHY, CHOCOLTE CHIP IEMON DATE ETC. 49' EACH CREAM TARTS IEMON BIUEBER5Y Talue'Village IOCATED AT THE CORNES OF ISlh STREH and AVENUi i. ;